Spend two days in London discussing paths to a solar fuels device!

Spend two days in London discussing paths to a solar fuels device!

Register now for the Solar Fuels Network’s International Discussion Meeting – “Solar Fuels: Moving from Materials to Devices”. Professors James Barber and Harry Gray will chair the event, which runs July 7th-8th at the Royal Society in London. It will bring together the international artificial photosynthesis community for a dynamic discussion on the challenges of and possible pathways to a working solar fuels device.

The second day will include a panel discussion and Q & A session with Dame Mary Archer, Prof Harry Gray, Sir Chris Llewellyn-Smith, Lord Robert May, Prof Dan Nocera.

You’ll definitely want to hear from the array of tremendous speakers, including:

Vincent Artero (CEA, France), Ib Chorkendorff (DTU, Denmark), Michael Grätzel (EPFL, Switzerland), Harry Gray (CalTech, USA), Matthew Kanan (Stanford University, USA), Roel van de Krol (HZB, Germany), Akihiko Kudo (Tokyo University of Science, Japan), Mercedes Maroto-Valer (Herriot-Watt University, UK), Dan Nocera (Harvard University, USA), Guido Saracco (Politecnico di Torino, Italy), John Turner (NREL, USA).

An Early Career Researchers’ event will be held the day prior (July 6th) in the Royal School of Mines at Imperial College London. Dr. Elizabeth Gibson from Newcastle University will be the guest speaker. This is a great opportunity to present your work towards materials and device design for solar fuel production.

Don’t miss this opportunity to be a part of the discussion and hear from leaders in the field on promising pathways to a solar fuels device!

International Discussion Meeting deadlines:

Poster Abstract – May 15th

Registration – June 20th

Early Career Scientist deadlines:

Poster and Oral abstract – May 15th

Registration – 25th

Registration is £85 Students £160 Non-Students and only open to members of the Solar Fuels Network. Membership is free – become a member here.

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